Hundreds of demonstrators went to the US Capitol grounds in Washington, DC on Saturday, demanding the release of those imprisoned in the wake of a fatal incident. January 6 Attack on Parliament Building It leads to hundreds Criminal case On the far right is a precious little reflection.
The event was unable to attract a large crowd of Trumps gathered in January and the area was heavily patroled by law enforcement agencies. Participants complained about the media and ran into the usual theme of portraying themselves as victims of national persecution.
One speaker compared the treatment of parliamentary riots. “Camp Auschwitz” sweatshirt— Persecution of Jews under Nazi rule. Calling the prison in Washington, DC “Gulag,” she read a letter from the imprisoned mob. “This reminds me of how the Jews were treated by the Nazis,” he complained.
As the crowd gathered in the Union Square area on the grounds of the Capitol, Billy Joel shouted from a speaker, “We didn’t light the fire.”
Occasionally tensions increased with the rebels. A man claiming to be an Afghan veteran appeared with a megaphone and spoke negatively about Trump and COVID. The crowd soared towards him and a man accused him of having been stolen. Parliament police had to intervene to prevent violence.
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The organizers of the “Justice for J6” rally said that despite a clear election victory, those detained in DC prison on suspicion of their role in an attack that failed to prevent Joe Biden from becoming president. I believe that I am suffering in an unconstitutional situation. Detained as a political prisoner.
They also somehow question whether the FBI played a role in the attack, despite downplaying the unprecedented attack on the rule of law that day.
“We have nearly 100 nonviolent protesters in a cell,” said Matt Brainard, a former Donald Trump campaign staff member and main organizer of the event. Said in the video to do. “Don’t go through the open door and put your finger on someone or use violence.”
DC Correctional Director Quincy Booth told The Daily Beast that all detainees on January 6 were treated with “dignity and respect.”
“All residents have access to medical services to treat illnesses and emergency medical care experienced during our detention,” Booth said in an email. “Residents will also be provided with out-of-cell time, recreation, and visits, as permitted by COVID-19 health restrictions or conditions of their confinement that may be in place. DOC. Provides residents with access and ability to meet with lawyers and legal representatives. “